A man who discovered after 30 years that the child he raised was not his own cannot seek child-support reimbursement from the biological father, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday.

The New Jersey Parentage Act’s statute of repose provides virtually no exceptions that would allow a claim for compensation after the child reaches the age of 23, the unanimous court held in R.A.C. v. P.J.S., A-5-06.

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